Clients win when she is on their side. She is one of Moore’s most tenured team members, and we call upon her expertise for special projects, advocacy research and campaigns, and crisis communications.
She has completed a reputation management certification through the Public Relations Society of America and is among the first communications professionals in the country to obtain the new certification.
A great example of Jamie’s success was when she worked with The Florida Bar to defeat alimony reform legislation that would have negatively affected thousands of Floridians. She and the Moore team developed a brand and website for the campaign, garnered positive media coverage and secured support from state and national organizations.
The popular bill passed the House and Senate, but Jamie was undeterred. She planned a rally of advocates in the governor’s office, and several days later, he vetoed the bill.
“We were a small but mighty army,” she says. “We didn’t stop.”
Jamie is also a talented researcher and writer who is passionate about making a difference through her work, particularly in the field of health care. She has managed advocacy campaigns for causes that include safeguarding access to medicines, supporting premature infants and educating the public and policymakers about chronic disease prevention and management.
Community service is important to Jamie, a long-time board member of Honor Flight Tallahassee, a nonprofit that takes veterans to visit the memorials in Washington, D.C. that honor their service to our country. Her energy and drive also power accomplishments outside of the office. She competes in triathlons, including Ironman Florida, and loves to travel, exploring new locations in the United States and beyond.